It's light and gentle floral aroma with subtle hints of citrus, transport you to the tranquil Mediterranean.
Good for Colds and Flu
May support respiratory issues
Tasting Notes: Mild, smooth, slightly earthy with floral notes and subtle hints of citrus and mint.
Benefits: Know for it's Antioxidant and anti-spasmodic properties. Rich in a number of natural antioxidants, including flavonoids, Can possibly lessen inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract, help to lower high blood pressure. Recent studies indicate that it assists in the prevention of osteoporosis and even cancer. Research confirms that this tea has a positive effect on a myriad of different ailments including colds, fevers, respiratory problems, digestion problems, and anxiety. The tea is also traditionally used as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal and antimicrobial.
Side Effects: No Known Side effects.
Consult your physician before use if you are pregnant, lactating, have a medical condition or are taking any medication.
Facts: The ancient Greek philosopher Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, hailed Greek Mountain Tea for its benefits to the immune system and the respiratory system. Our products are processed on the mountain, where, according to Greek mythology, the centaur Chiron imparted his knowledge and his wisdom to his students about the use of herbs as treatment of various diseases.
Origin:Greek mountain tea (Sideritis) is organically grown on Mount Pindos in the village of Paramero at an altitude of 1300 meters and is collected by hand by the small producer Vassilis Anagnostou. In the mountain village of Pelion, Drakeia the family business processes the organic herbs, which are produced with small farmer partners.
30g Loose Tea
BREW | SERVE
95°C | 1 tsp per 250mls (3 -4 pieces depending on taste)
Infuse 5-10 minutes | Enjoy 2 -3 refills
Makes a great refreshing iced tea with lemon and honey